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Mark Maclaine

May 31, 2013

May 31, 2013

Most of the best tutors I know make time to call a student after they have finished working together. I’ve done this consistently for the last decade and have found it not only good for business but…

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Sebastian Kotur

May 01, 2013

May 01, 2013

“I love maths. I love it. I do. I love maths. I could do it for days and not get bored.”

But can you put into words WHY you love it…

Our specialised UCAS workshops, which we set up in various schools around London, have proved to be…

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David Bushby

April 29, 2013

April 29, 2013

Quite a few improvements have landed on the website this week.

We’ve created some help pages that will show you how to register and how to book a tutor.

We’ve improved the search once again, this time by adding a more useful page title and a better looking description of the current search in the search box. Also, the search now shows tutors with available lessons on top, so you can always find someone who can help you immediately.

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Edd Stockwell

March 05, 2013

March 05, 2013

That was inspired! On 6th Feb Tutorfair and The Access Project held a UCAS workshop at Highbury Fields School, in North London.

15 tutors worked in small groups with 50 students helping them learn about selecting a course; choosing a university; writing their personal statements; and financing their degree. The four areas had professional worksheets with guidance for the tutors and handouts for the students. It was split into tight 20 minute focus groups with the students moving between...

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Mark Maclaine

February 12, 2013

February 12, 2013

On a sunny winters day in January 2012 I met with Andrew who showed me some concepts for a new website that he’d come up with. He was a parent who’d found the process of finding tutors for his own children both confusing and a little hit-and-miss. His concept was a website that would allow parents to actually browse for great tutors and then book them.

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Catherine Burrows

January 24, 2013

January 24, 2013

We like things to be fair, so we were excited when The Access Project asked us to run a workshop to help with university applications in schools where most kids don’t go to university.

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